How To Have A Good Day Everyday
I am going to cover some strategies that you can easily implement and show you How To Have A Good Day Everyday.
Our subconscious filters what we take in. Our brain picks up whatever is top of mind. You spill your coffee and you’re focused on being clumsy then it is possible you will dwell on this for longer than usual. Or If you are about to see someone you find annoying you are more likely to miss anything positive or kind they are saying.
You may have heard of the term selective awareness. If you have ever bought a car in the past you may have started noticing that model of car everywhere on the road. Or may have come out of a movie with your partner and you are discussing it afterwards and you realise you both have a totally different take on the movie.
A tip is to pick a time of day when you are able to have a think you do not need long. 10 seconds or so to think “o.k. what really matters? The Neurochemistry of reward rather than failure.
There is various research on priming thoughts and how they are connected to happiness. These can be referred to as stepping stones. Think of a time when you have worn say a suit & you have knocked it out of the park. When you have put that suit on again you feel ready to take on more.
Implementation intentions make a difference to us getting things done. Instead of saying “Oh I have to exercise today…sigh” say instead “after work is when I will put on my gym clothes on.” Science has shown a 300% increase in the chances of completing these tasks when you state when you will be implementing that action.
Science has shown we can only hold three or four things in our conscious rather than the 7 previously believed. Keep this in mind when stressing over any tasks at the one time.
Prisoners are less likely to get parole if the judge has not had a break & the judge feeling overloaded.